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U.S. Dept of Energy’s State Analysis for 2015/2018 IECC
The U.S. Dept of Energy's national and state-level cost-effectiveness analysis for the 2015 IECC.
Energy Codes for Ultra-Low-Energy Buildings: A Critical Pathway to Zero Net Energy Buildings
A Dec 2014 research report from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy about how energy codes help transition the market to Net Zero.
Leaks and Lives: How Better Building Envelopes Make Blackouts Less Dangerous
A 2014 report about how energy code envelope improvements provide dramatic improvements in building resilience.
Unlocking the Value of an EE Home CNT Energy NHPC
A 2013 report by CNTenergy and National Home Performance Council about the real estate value of energy efficiency in homes.
Homeowners Demand Energy Efficiency
The National Association of Homebuilders’ data show that homebuyers want houses that are energy efficient, and will pay a premium for them.
DOE National Residential Cost Effectiveness
U.S Department of Energy report. National energy cost and savings for new single and multi-family homes: a comparison of the 2006, 2009 and 2012 editions of the IECC